Thread - Hanger (Thread Face Lift)

Non-Surgical Procedures

Thread - Hanger (Thread Face Lift)

What is Thread Lift (Thread Face Lift)?

Thread lifting is a non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedure that passes specially produced threads under your skin to lift tissue in the desired area. The threads have small spines or cones that help grip the skin. When placed properly, they give your face a more lifted, toned appearance, especially around the lower face and jowls.

The thread suspension method is the most suitable non-surgical face lift method, especially for people who are middle-aged and older and have less sagging and wrinkles on their faces.

Rope hanger application;

It is performed using local anesthesia and the procedure is completed in a very short time.
Since it is applied through very small incisions, there is no scar left after the procedure.
The threads used today do not cause complications because they dissolve under the skin.
It does not affect the muscle movements and facial expressions on your face.

How to Make a Rope Hanger?

The thread lift (thread facelift) method is applied using a hollow needle that inserts a “feather-like” thread under the skin, starting near the cheekbone. Since needles are used, incisions are minimal. Once placed, the skin along the eyes, neck, eyebrows or lips is adjusted and tightened. An average of 3 – 4 threads are used to lift moderately sagging skin.

Frequently Asked Questions About Rope Hanger

What Should I Do Before Rope Suspension Application?

Although it varies depending on the procedure performed, the process is generally completed in 30 minutes.

Since the surgery is usually performed with local anesthesia, no pain is felt. The pain felt after the surgery is minimized with painkillers.

You can return to normal life within a few hours after the surgery.

It is recommended that you sleep with your head elevated on the first night to eliminate any slight swelling that may occur on your face. You should also avoid scratching your face, massaging it, and making exaggerated facial movements.